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of the requirements for the planning code section and because of that tray trigger low market rate units itself and that's what the remaining three are. >> so the market rate -- let's see 170 of the units are the same income and the remaining 20 of them would be at 150th. >> precisely. >> okay. that seems to make a lot of sense, and i guess i just had a question for the architect. i really like what you've done. it's very well done. i am trying to figure out if the facade on both the tenth street side and the mission street side are the same. it looks richer. the facade of the punched window section that abuts with crescent heights appears darker color and the one on -- or at least the rendering. >> i think it's the rendering. >> i think they're good colors if they're darker and richer to make a contrast. >> sure. we will work with planning with the slekdz of materials. >> and again i know you always work with planning and the glazing on the curtain wall is important to get the shade of glass that fits in the best. >> correct ; right. q. and make it the richest as possible and generally
, no realplayers playing and no money on the table and had is some dealers traying here. can you hear the hustle and bustle and the chips klacking. the energy is overflowing. >> reporter: customer service is key as we found out trying to cut a sack of chips helps, too. >> the only thing it knees to move is here. -- it needs to move is here. sliding and across. index finger up. off the top. >> reporter: if i do it a thousand more times, i will get the hang of it? >> well, the cool be says had a strong interest of serving our community and we go to businesses here in ann a runel county who have needs in the workforce or new employees. >> are you ready? >> 9,000 people applied and 860 were inrolled. >> woo-hoo! >> reporter: maryland live plans to hire 600 new dealers. they're feeling lucky. >> and -- . >> about the parker, fox 5 news. >>> still ahead on the news edge, march madness came early this year with a wild disturbance during a big east basketball conference game. plus, will this extreme cold continue this week. ue this wee . >> well, we're going to get a short treat from mother nature and
's a perfect vanity tray. neat ideas for shedding greeting card clutter without losing precious memories. plus the best ways to save on groceries are constantly changing so you really have to be on top of your game. a food chart on top, no one play them, no one to hold them. the grocery game terry saves people money every month and she's sharing her tips with us. live well for less with deals starting right now. looking to de-clutter your home, no need to go out and buy expensive storage containers, check out these unique ideas. we're all thinking about going green. the last thing i want you to do is bring more stuff into your home. so let's look at what you have and how to repurpose it. say bye bye to messy drawers for this idea for ribbon. anyone would look at a paper towel holder and think what on earth can i use this for other than paper towels. but it really is a great device for ribbon. lets say you've got ribbon floating around in a drawer, you don't know what you have you go to wrap packages and you can't find out or you run out. you put the spool on the paper towel holder. and not all
award. also, ed harrington for nominating me. also, a special thanks to my family. mason, kelly, tray, my wife, naomi, my sister joy, and my mother-in-law. they have been supporting me for a long time. behind this individual all board, there's a team of people that are responsible for making things happen. just for a moment, i want the puc to raise their hand and give a shout. we have a lot of folks who really committed in making the systems wwork. again, we have billions of dollars that we are entrusted with delivering in a timely way, which needs to be within budget. systems like this will really elevate and make it really transparent that we are delivering these programs in a very conscious and deliberate way so we can save the ratepayers' money. with that, i just want to thank you guys for this award. thank you. [applause] [applause] >> if you are a consultant or you work for a company that does work for the puc, raise your hand. that's about half the room. thank you, harlan kelly. >> it does not matter just where you're going to go. it matters how you're going to get there. our t
time. all of us have a tray. because it's revolution time in san francisco unified. and what people have in front of them is tomorrow's lunch for everyone in san francisco. and i have to tell you what the lunch is going to be. i am excited about this. i am excited about food often. but in front of us we have spaghetti with meat balls, and this is all natural beef meat balls, and a fresh tomato sauce and steamed butternut squash and fresh fruit and whole grain crisps. i will ask everyone to partake of the meal. and i want to say a few words, we think about what goes in to make a successful school. kids that are hungry in schools are not prepared to learn. so the time is here, and our students when they returned to school yesterday. they were served fresh -- not frozen, school lunches. in december the board approved a new meal contract and they are a phenomenal partner with us, and they are nutrition rich for the students. that promotes good eating habits and provides access to high-quality food. and this will fuel our academic excellence. we look forward, and i look forward to feedba
of these cards and you can leave it in the tray over there. we do have an overflow room because we are at capacity in the board chambers. when we get to public comment, i will call names of folks who have signed up for public comment. if you are in the overflow room and your name is called please come to the board chambers to you can speak. in addition, if there -- when we get the public comment, if there is anyone who, because of -- they're senior, or disabled or have children, where it would be a hardship to wait for public comment, we're happy to accommodate you, to have you go early, in public comment. i also want to note that we do have a board rule against audible expressions of approval or disapproval, such as cheering, booing, hissing, et cetera, because it disrupts the flow of the board meeting, and it also prevents members of the public, who are speaking, from having their full opportunity to give public comment. i would encourage people, if they want to express approval or disapproval to do so in a silent way, using your hands. we see that a lot in it the board chambers.
different acidity levels. cooking so so, salads you can't beat it. when you buy them, look at the tray very carefully. makes sure they all have beautiful colors, no decaying whatsoever. if there's any liquid in the bottom of this tray, don't buy them. when you bring them home, store them on the counter. tomatoes always on the counter. medley tomatoes, it's a fun name. it's fun to look at. and great in salads. i'm tony tantillo, your fresh grocer. and always remember to eat fresh and stay healthy. i'm going to go with the yellow ones. looks pretty, huh? >> i love tomatoes. >> i do, too. >>> okay. well, the oscar race is on and steven spielberg's lincoln is leading the pack with a double oscar nods. it earned nominations for best picture and acting honors for daniel day-lewis and sally field and supporting actor for tommy lee jones. best picture nominees include amour, beast of the southern wild, jango unchained, argo, "life of pi," silver lining playbook and zero dark 30. winners will be announced february 24. the bay area's own industrial light
in the tray. >> reporter: he wants to be sure he takes the right drug at the right time. teresa garcia, cbs news, los angeles. >>> in other health news a new study shows sugar substitutes may trick your brain. scientists at yale found fructose triggers brain changes that lead to overeating. researchers looked at mris of people who finished sweet drinks with fructose and found the brain doesn't register the feeling of being full as it does when sugar is consumed. >>> when you have just made a new year's resolution to get to the gym lose a few pounds, turns out you may not have to. a new study says being slightly overweight may actually help you live longer. cdc researchers found a link between being a little overweight and lower risk of dying compared to people at normal weight. >>> but if you still want to lose weight in the new year, you are not alone. a new poll shows weight loss is the top resolution for more than 3,000 americans. other goals for 2013, exercising more, getting a new job and improving your finances. >>> if your new year's restlation fits into the last category, cbs 5 cons
is combined with the weather service radar around money monterey bay. we will being traying a storm and keeping you ahead of the storm as we head into the weekend. i will show you the timing in a moment. some patchy fog has started to form around livermore and santa rosa. visibility has dropped to 5 miles, and i suspect fairfield right now is reporting the ature and the dew . of 34 degrees and that means the fog is ready to form there. watch out in the morning. if you have early plans, the rain arrives tomorrow. a few showers for your sunday morning, and it is going to be sunnier and milder for your monday and tuesday. speaking of milder, look at these temperatures. we had the upper 20s. we are not going quite as low. 32 in fairfield and first thing in the morning it will be chilly. you will need a jacket or sweater. mid30s napa, santa rosa. paloal poe, san jose -- palo alto. san jose. the high pressure is losing ground. we do have a system here developing. it will bring rain to the bay area tomorrow. if you have early morning plans you are just fine. as you notice here is saturday
. this is an area that we don't tend to pay a lot of attention to and very often when it comes we tray to look the other way. i believe that we have been reasonably responsive in immediate response, immediate response by doctrine and policy are military dod authorities moving out their gates into their neighborhoods when a disaster hits right next door. i mean, that seems to make sense. we have good relationships at our bases and stations and the ability to roll out and assist is something you would expect to work out pretty well. some of that has matured, in fact. in the state of california we have established a number of agreements, most particularly the wildfires where both third fleet and the expeditionary force assign helicopters in the need we are requested, it's pre-planned, our pilots are trained, we have the gary that's necessary and we can respond. most of the things we have done in the past, though, have come on almost random occurrences in the event of a complex catastrophe, so that is a little bit different for us. there has been movement within dod and we have grown and matured
of the low pressure. look at the clouds continue to wrap around the ridge of storm tray. we'll continue to experiment a staggering weather pattern. pretty much what you have experienced yesterday as we did it today and again for the holiday and then on tuesday before we will start to see the changes. but count on future cast. and for you to know when they will increase across the bay area with mostly cloudy skies by 10:00 p.m. on wednesday night. cloudy and keel with a slight chance of the rain shower by wednesday another. now, until this, 63 degrees in s mako. after tonight's forecast, a lot of ones to zeros. a string of 6 0s across the board -- 60s across the bay, forecasting a high of 70 degrees. low 70s in santa cruz. beaches is where it is at for the holidays. otherwise check this out. the clouds will be rolling in on wednesday with partial clearing on thursday and on friday. and then we will reintroduce a chance of rain showers on saturday and sunday, but no rain on our holiday tomorrow for martin luther king day. a lot of people are gathering outside to catch the train, riding on
dehydrator. here, the fruit is thoroughly washed and then placed on large wooden trays. then the fruit is wheeled into these huge ovens where the temperature reaches upwards of 185 degrees. and in a matter of hours, 18 to be exact, voila! you've @t dried plums. then they're off to the next stop-- to the largest family-owned global producer of dried fruit in the world--the mariani fruit company in vacaville. >> my grandfaher came here when he was only 16 years old and decided that he had an opportunity to have a better living here in california. and he came from yugoslavia and got into the agricultural business. so, that was over 104 years ago. >> and now more than a century later, and it's mark mariani and his children michael, christopher, and natalie, who literally have grown up in the dried fruit business, that are carrying on the family tradition of marketing some of the golden state's best fruit. at their headquarters, trained personnel inspect the fruit, rate it for size, and then package it. and speaking of which, mark's dad was actually the first to package dried fruit in a com
cheese icing. there are kap cookies in the old time pastry shop. >> we had 100 trays on saturday. 80 on sunday. we sold out on saturday. >> at the hotdog restaurant, it come with cabbage, jalapeƑos and chili. it seems everyone here is eating up. >> it is a little surreal when you turn on sports center and every other comary is about kaepernick. >> reporter: amy remembers kaepernick, a top student who excelled in every sport he tried. >> athletically he was so fun to watch play anything. he is so talented. and dynamic. on the feel or the basketball court. >> that's him in his freshman year. >> reporter: the football coach brandon harris recalls the gifted athlete who was fiercely competitive, whether it was ping pong or video games. >> as far as high school, he hated to lose as much as anybody i've ever been around. >> reporter: but ask anyone at pittman to tell but kaem. you're just as likely to hear a story about a good guy as well as a great athlete. >> he is a kind kid. he wasn't the stereo jock. he has a pet turtle for crying out loud. >> reporter: he's been playing with him sin
of conduct for infill tray tores. >> the police commission is charged with monitoring the compliance by reviewing the written requests and authorizations each month. the office of citizen complaints is charged with performing an annual audit and preparing a report to the police commission regarding the department's compliance. additionally the occ is to review all guidelines and regulations interpreting the guidelines, all documents relating to investigations and under cover techniques, three, all agency assist forms. and with that in mind, the occ reviewed the records and it reviewed the following. it reviewed the department general order 8.10. it reviewed all documents and records related to investigations subject to section 3, of the general order and under cover techniques pursuant to section 4 c of the guidelines and reviewed all agency assist forms. as a result of this review, we found the following. there were two investigations authorized during or records of two investigations authorized during the year. one of those investigations involved san francisco occupy, request for
're watching the station that works for you, abc2 baltimore. >>> aid time honored tray -- it's a time honor tradition, thesign of the new year. 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. >> there you go a million people gathered in new york's times square ushering in 2013. the ball dropped at the stroke of midnight with people dancing and smooching and partying. mike pasco -- masco was in the crowd. the celebration looked different because it was the first new years rocking eve without dick clark. the television personality passed away earlier this year but fans kept his memory alive as a tribute, they left messages to the late dick clark and they were among a ton of confetti dropped on the midnight crowd. >>> not everyone watches the ball drop. people down south participate in another sweet new year's eve tradition. look at this. more than 100,000 people gathered in atlanta for the 24th annual peach drop. look at that. the 800 pound peach began to drop before midnight. when the clock struck 12 it todd down and fireworks went -- it touched down and fireworks went off. you have one in new york and yesterday in mobile a
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clucking ] we'll put the avocados onto a sheet tray and separate the eggs. take one bowl for the whites and another for the yolk. the easiest way to separate an egg is to use your fingers. let the white run between your fingers, and put the yolk into the smaller bowl. repeat. and now we're going to put the yolk into our frog. we'll sprinkle the avocado with salt, place it into a 375-degree oven for about eight minutes, and it'll be ready for us to eat. use a spatula. place it right onto a plate. i use a spoon so i can scoop out the avocado. you'll see that the egg yolk creates a sauce for the avocado. mmm. creamy, smooth, and delicious. i recommend having a little piece of toast to dip into the avocado as well. for "tkn," my name is aubrey from the culinary institute of america. have a great day. >> yum. you can find this and other cia recipes on our website. >> that's all for this week. thanks for joining us. >> we'll see you next time with more "teen kids news." >> write to us at here's a shout-out to pr newswire for including "teen kids news" on their big scree
the european union as a cafeteria service in which you bring your own tray and then leave with what you want. >> hardline skeptics want a referendum now, not just the promise of one if david cameron happens to win the next general election. >> all of this is to say that if he wins the election, which looks unlikely, perhaps in five years' time we will get a vote. i do not want to wait for five years. >> the speech is a huge gamble, the referendum that may please skeptics in his own party, but renegotiating british membership will be a tough task at this time of great flux. bbc news, westminster. >> european reaction to the proposed referendum has been swift. the french foreign minister says that it risks being dangerous for britain itself because outside of europe it would be difficult. the german foreign minister says that berlin wants them to be an active member, but that cherry picking policies is not an option. the president of the european parliament said that the speech was one of the worst he had heard in a long time. that is just some of the reaction. a german member of the european
it look better, cupcakes and cashmere, tell you how to do it. a book, tray, fresh flowers and -- >> your coffee table's going to look like magic. >> if you want to see the video for yourself and have a weekend project, head to and click on -- >> best of "rtm." >>> this video shows what is an everyday scene thanks to syria's civil war, and there have been many videos hitting the web, including this one that was posted by the local city council in syria. and you see a tank just blasting the buildings around it. >> oh, my gosh. this guy is in the building that's being shot at. >> but as soon as the dust clears up, you also notice that the tank is reaiming. it's setting up a new angle, and it looks like it's in the exact direction of the person recording this video, and then you see the shot. the area fills up with dust. amazingly, this person is still shooting this video. >> at what point do you drop the camera and say, i'm outta here? >> i mean what can you do? do you go hide somewhere in your building? because if they're shooting at your building, the whole thing could
the left wing activism terror trayed as impartial science. >> andrea: they do this a lot. even al gore acknowledged a story in the editorial type but news section data was bad. you'd think after having jason blair there that embarrassed them, you'd think they would regroup and focus on the facts. they don't. nra meeting. it's interesting, i would love thoughts on this. why they said a couple days ago they would end run the nra and not, and go around them. now they want to invite them. it knew they would have gotp blow-back. how many stars do you think would agree to sign a petition not to do a movie with a violent scene? start that here and see. >> eric: the nra -- >> bob: the nra scares people and thug tactics. >> eric: unlike the naacp or -- >> bob: they do not push for weapons of mass destruction. >> eric: you make the case nra uses thug tactics. >> bob: if you were nra you could have whatever gun you want to have. >> eric: or to make sure no one is hurt in a tent. >> dana: i said i'd remind open minded with the biden recommendations but where are the mental health experts and where
francisco. front tray -- minute tray -- monterey bay, 32. frosty inland today, through wednesday morning, and, then, the warmer afternoons will take over and bring us warmer nights and we will be rid of the frost by thursday morning. today, we will have the coolest weather. antioch and livermore 29. 51 in san francisco, a lot of 53 for fremont and san mateo and napa, also. low 50's in the monterey bay and inland. now, what will happen tonight: more 20's and 30's. tonight will be colder than this morning because we have calmer conditions. this afternoon, though, we jump in the mid-50's on tuesday and upper 50's by wednesday and 60's on thursday, friday, saturday, and sunday. looks like a nice stretch of dry weather the. >> and a dry commute and light conditions. so far, so good. look at the golden gate bridge with four lanes for the southbound commute from the waldo tunnel into san francisco with no delays to san jose beyond the soon-to-be shark tank, back in action, and light traffic, and 87 northbound, and the drive from the central valley, starting to slow at 203 and tracy moving to th
. >> reporter: there is kap cookies. >> we had 100 trays of them on saturday. 80 trays on sunday. we sold out on saturday. >> reporter: footers hot dogs, the tribute dog comes with cabba cabbage, hjalapenos and chili. everyone is eating up to the fab's biggest stage. >> it's a little surreal when you turn on "sportscenter" and every other commentary is about kaepernick. >> reporter: amy returns kaepernick as her math student at pittman high school, a tough student who excelled in every sport he tried. >> athletically he's just so fun to watch play anything. he's so talented and dynamic on the field or the basketball court. >> that's him in his freshman year. >> reporter: football coach brandon harris recalls the gifted athlete who is fiercely competitive whether it was ping-pong or video games. >> as far as high school, he was the guy who hated to lose as much as anybody i've ever been around. >> reporter: but ask anyone at pittman to tell but kaepernick, you're just as likely to hear a story about a good guy as a great athlete. >> he was just a kind kid, so everybody was real happy for him.
. >> reporter: and ckap cookies i the old time pastry shop. >> we had 100 try trays of them on saturday. 80 trays on sunday. we sold out on saturday. >> reporter: footers hot dogs on main street, the kaepernick tribute dog comes with cabbage,ial pen nos and chili. it seems everyone here is eating up the story of the native sun's assent to football's biggest stage. >> it's a little surreal, you know, when you turn it on sports center and every other, you know, commentary is about kaepernick. >> reporter: amy kurd remembers kaepernick as her math student at pittman high school, a top student who excelled in every sport he tried. >> athletically he's just so fun to watch play anything, he's so talented and, you know, dynamic. you know, on the field or the basketball court. >> that's him in his freshman year. >> reporter: football coach brandon harris recalls a gifted athlete who was fiercely competitive, whether it was ping-pong or video games. >> as far as high school guys, he's a guy that hated to lose as much as anybody i had ever been around. >> reporter: but ask anyone at pittman to tell
with jessica beal, this is a direct sequel to the '74 class being. here is my biggest problem. tray songs is in this film. he is an r & b artist. his character is listening to a tray songs song in the movie. are you kidding me? why would you listen to your own song? i moon that blew my mind. the movie stinks. it is absolutely dreadful. you could take your glasses off and it looks clear even though it is 3-d. >> i am giving it a negative one. >> let's go to not fade away. >> i do hope texas chain saw fades away. >> it deals with a band in the 60s who is coming up and they want to make it big. an intriguing story but if you saw the sopranos, remember how strangely that show ended, the last episode. i don't understand what his deal is. i don't want to give anything away specifically but this movie ends on the strangest note possible and you work out with the worst taste in your mouth. it's great cast and i agreat story but you walk away not really feeling great about the movie. so i gave it a two out of five. i say wait for the rental on this. had some great music. i love that time period of
weekend is coming up. nachos, done right. >> is there anything better than a well-prepared tray of nachos? is there anything worse than those naked -- >> soggy. >> the answer to the perfect plate of nachos courtesy to that man right there, adam "nachos" rappaport. >>> and speaking of the super bowl, our first friday field trip. natalie and i are taking a trip this friday. we are going to be live. i will be in san francisco, home of the 49ers. >> home of the ravens, baltimore. >> that's right. >> little rivalry going on. >> are you a ravens fan? >> no, but i will be for the day. so what's the deal? >> if i -- if the ravens win -- >> yes. >> -- i have to dress up like a raven. >> yes. >> if the 49ers win you have to dress up like a miner. i don't mean a little kid, but a miner from 1849. >> we'll have that on monday. >> for the whole show? >> no, just a portion of the show. i can see natalie with a little mining outfit, pick ax. it will be great. >> friday we are in san francisco and baltimore. >> cool. >> sounds good. >> go, ravens! >> go niners. >> i don't know. i think i would rather see
it really good is the map on the back. you got the front... ha ha! i grew up with this exact tray in my grandmother's house. she had it on a stand, so it was an early tv tray where you'd have your tv dinner, or if you were watching television and eating something. hers actually has a stand attached to it, and my sister now owns it. but i never really took at the back because it's always been attached to a stand. it's so cool. it's got this awesome map. a few little markers like a cowboy and a cow and a pig. that's really awesome. and i'm not really sure who uncle pete was. might have worked with this gentleman here, who could have been a predecessor to howdy doody. maybe they decided that a squirrel didn't have enough charisma, so they went with a marionette later on in life. its auto insurance customers for over 70 years.e to more information on auto insurance at or 1-800-947-auto any time of the day or night. >> rose: welcome to the program. it was inauguration day in washington: a day of parades, celebration, and the president's inaugural speech. for an assessment, we're jo
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